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Post by Mushersmate » 2 years ago

Hi, I will be giving my brother and sister-in-law a privilege card. They have 2 children aged 6 and 3 - do the children need individual cards or not?

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Post by fabiasimon » 2 years ago

To get into the venues they will need some kind of pass.
If you won't use all your privelage cards then no harm in signing them up. If you will use them i would recommend just signing them in

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Post by Keith » 2 years ago

The 3 year old doesn't need a pass
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Post by mevennais » 2 years ago

The 6 year old can go on Friends and Family pass, so for that matter could your sister-in-law.

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Post by mummybear » 2 years ago

When my F&F use my van I only allocate one Privilege card to the main person then they sign the rest of their family in.

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Post by bandb666 » 2 years ago

mummybear wrote:When my F&F use my van I only allocate one Privilege card to the main person then they sign the rest of their family in.
We do the same :big_grin:

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Post by janesone » 2 years ago

Check with your park, on ours only the actual owners (me and hubby) can sign guests in, not just any privilege card holder
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Post by lhiggonyoung » 2 years ago

On Kiln Park this year, they have taken away F&F passes and each priv card can only sign in one guest.
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Post by Mushersmate » 2 years ago

Some interesting replies here, thank very much everyone, seems there are different rules for different parks or some are more lenient than others. Just makes it very confusing.

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Post by Unsy » 2 years ago

This old chestnut :( There are guidelines, but sites didn't have to follow them last year - hopefully that will change. The 'sign in one person' rule started at Kiln last year, but interestingly any pass holder, including a child, can sign in one person.

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